When Roxie is first taken to jail a guard asks her "...morphine, opium, cocaine?" The same was done in The Big House.
All That Jazz film takes its title from a song in the 1975 Broadway musical "Chicago: A Musical Vaudeville." When Kate calls Joe at the hospital from backstage, the song playing in background is "We Both Reached For The Gun" from the same source.
Musical numbers happening in characters' minds
song Nowadays, from the play, is performed
Mentioned during the monologue
Mentioned by Salma Hayek
Ross is told by Joey that he had undressed dancing to the soundtrack of this film when he was drunk the night before.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
Announcer mentions Renée Zellweger's prior nominations
Actors turn down roles: John Travolta - "Chicago"
Kelly Clarkson lists celebrities info
Clips within Show
This title is referenced.
Video case and poster are shown in a video store.
Buster re-enacts his favourite film, Chicago.
One man compares the movie to Enron
Referenced during the monologue
referenced in clue in "Actors & Actresses" category
poster seen in front window of video store
Mentioned by Dion Beebe.
mattie has a poster for this movie in her room
Mentioned by James Lipton (Will Ferrell)
Referenced by name
the girls perform a skit based on Cell Block Tango
DVD is shown.
A DVD of this movie is shown in a promotion of other movies starring Renée Zellweger available at BigPond Movies.
Mentioned in dialogue
It is referred to in the Broadway meeting segment.
Bruno mentions the film, comparing Shawn to Catherine Zeta-Jones
Trice mentions the movie by name.
several references to this musical
Declan refers to the film.
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Celebrity Cards"
Liza asked the audience if they seen the movie Chicago.
poster on wall
Included in a $2,000 question
One of three DVDs Mr Yoo takes from his glove box to give to MIn-woo.
Poster shown to introduce Queen Latifah
DVD cover shown.
Jay mentions that John C. Reilly was in the film
also directed by Rob Marshall
Someone wonders why Kelly hasn't rented/watched Chicago
Lea Michele and Gwyneth Paltrow's characters recreate the "Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag"-sequence as seen in the movie
Ali imagines herself singing onstage during "Diamond's Are a Girl's Best Friend" as Roxie does during Velma's "All That Jazz" number.
"This is an outtake from the movie Chicago"
Carol suggests it as theme for the Rhodes women portrait and says Lily could play Roxie Hart because she was in jail.
Referenced in "Rock's Way"
Mentioned by one of the guys.
mentioned among movies looking to bring back the movie musical.
The film was a option in a question
mentioned in dialogue
referenced in clue in "Role Call" category
Catherine Zeta-Jones performs "All That Jazz." Mentioned in the "Here's to the Losers" song.
Ian references "Roxie" during the mini challenge.
Mentioned by the narrator
The cast mimicks a typical musical performace from this movie, and the play it's based on while singing "Did the Operation Work?"
mentioned in award ceremony footage (Best Picture winner)
Teri tells Jane that tonight she is singing "Cell Block Tango" from the musical.
Referenced in dialogue.
Snob references that John Travolta turned down this movie which eventually went to Richard Gere.
Queen Latifah mentions her earlier movie with the producers of The Wiz Live! (2015)
The film's "Cell Block Tango" routine is recreated.
The song "All That Jazz" is #98 on the list.
Featured in Episode Five
The final musical number with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renée Zellweger is shown.
a film clip of this film is in Paradise Reel
Clips from the film were shown during the show.
Documentary about the making of this film
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Clips featured during montage.
features clips from this film.
#4 is "Cell Block Tango" (referred to as "He Had it Comin'")
Taking #8 as the top movie musicals
a clip is shown in a montage of Queen Latifah films
Clip shown in montage of Richard Gere films
movie's soundtrack is reviewed
Clip included in montage of John C. Reilly films
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellwegger play a wicked and murderous version, respectively, of Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe characters.
Song re-created with different words